by Becka Materne
Community Relations and Advertising Director
Argyle Living

One word. This past month I took on a challenge to find one word that would fit into my life to inspire me, push me and engage my mind to think outside the box of my daily continuum of repetitive tasks. The word that came flooding down on me is DWELL.

Lo and behold, months before I had hung a small chalkboard next to my front door, and about a week after moving into my place, I wrote the word DWELL into the small circle of that piece of décor. This ONE WORD has already proven to push me forward and challenge my mind to think outside of the box of my daily routine.

As I walked into the Farmhouse Coffee & Treasures today, located in the Harvest Community in Argyle, I thought of how this word Dwell fits into so much of what we all do within our communities. We Dwell with one another daily through networking groups, board meetings, church events and school activities. In so many ways we Dwell with one another in the spirit of unity.

As I sat today in another meeting in downtown Lake Dallas, I was reminded that there are many ways to become involved inside our growing cities. There are enumerable ways to reach out and be a part of growth, changes, making a difference and helping those around us.

As we Dwell in community with one another let’s always remember that we carry the pride of a rich heritage of being Americans. We are a blessed and prosperous country able to continue making an incredible difference not only locally but globally. And as we Dwell within the walls that make up our own individual lives let’s not forget the impact we make on each person placed in front of us daily.

Inside this month’s issue you will find upcoming events in our community, local experts who share their knowledge and insight and stories written to bring to life those we Dwell with inside our local community.  Also, many businesses have taken the leap to creatively advertise their businesses in order to provide a shining service for their local community patrons.

Grab a cup of coffee, sit back andenjoy your time browsing this month’s issue of Argyle Living, your local community magazine.

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